Head Hill Road, Goodnestone, ME13
Barons Oast is a five bedroom converted oast house, situated in the village of Goodnestone, just outside the market town of Faversham. The property boasts two roundels, retaining traditional cowls and is bursting with character. This property provides the rare opportunity to own a traditional oast house, a distinctive Kentish home, surrounded by picturesque countryside.
Accommodation on the ground floor comprises of entrance hall/boot room, downstairs cloakroom, dining room, living room and kitchen. Both the living room and kitchen are situated in the base of each of the roundels- creating unique living spaces.
The whole property has been sympathetically decorated and finished to a high standard, whilst incorporating many original features. With exposed beams, sash windows and a log burner, the home oozes character throughout.
Upstairs, four of the five bedrooms and family bathroom are discovered off the landing on the first floor. The master bedroom boasts an en-suite with shower. Bedrooms two and three are found in each of the roundels. Large windows ensure that the bedrooms benefit from plenty of natural light, and bedroom two includes built in storage. Bedroom number four is found on the second floor and includes built in storage.
Outside, there is plenty of off-street parking on the drive, as well as a large garage en-bloc. The large garden is mostly laid to lawn with established trees and flowerbeds. A garden cabin with patio area makes for the perfect outdoor space to spend time in the summer months.
The popular village of Goodnestone is found nestled just a five minute drive outside the medieval market town of Faversham. The renowned Sportsman gastropub and Seasalter beach is just a short journey away. Faversham and the seaside town of Whitstable are found just 1.2 and 5.7 miles away respectively.
Faversham town centre is full of independent retailers, coffee shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as a popular market held three days a week. Held under the iconic Guildhall; Faversham Market is believed to be the oldest in Kent, having been recorded in the Domesday book in 1086.
Faversham is steeped in history with its oldest building dating back to 1234. A lot of Faversham’s character comes from its charming architecture with buildings surviving from the medieval, Georgian and Victorian periods, through to the present day. The town is also home to Britain’s oldest brewery – Shepherd Neame.
The town contains several both ‘Good’ and ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rated schools at both primary and secondary level.
Viewing highly recommended. To book your viewing, please contact Iliffe & Iliffe.